A host of talented blue chip prospects fill the board in the 2019 class nationally and over the next 6 months you can expect a host of them to target top 10 status with strong spring and summer performances.  One powerfully talented prospect who’s at the forefront of that conversation right now is Armando Bacot of Trinity Episcopal School in Virginia.

A powerful 6-10 240 pound plus interior prospect, Bacot is a consensus top 20 national prospect on every board of significance and he’s currently the #8 prospect on the NY2LASPORTS.COM board in the 2019 class.  A blend of power, skill, instinct, and interior dominance, Bacot can finish around the basket, he moves well, he has solid athleticism for his size, etc.  Still developing physically, the footwork combined with the finishing skills and feel is advanced for Bacot making for a highly intriguing talent whose best basketball lies ahead and the blue bloods are salivating at the opportunity to secure his services on the hardwood at the next level.

Duke, North Carolina, Kansas, UCLA, Villanova, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Georgetown, Oklahoma State, and VCU are at the front of the class right now with Ohio State and Georgia being the most recent to join the fold.  A consensus top 20 national prospect talent with an enormously high ceiling, Bacot stands to be one of the most watched and covered prospects in the country over the next 6-10 months as he has the world at his fingertips and he’s just getting started. 

Bacot plays with the Team Loaded Virginia program during the grassroots travel season.